Every year August 29th is celebrated as the National Sports Day in the fond memory of Major Dhyan Chand, the legendary Hockey Player. To commemorate the occasion, Col. Brown Cambridge School organised a sports quiz “SPOUIZ”. Various renowned schools of the town participated with a true spirit of Competition. It was a tough encounter of all the teams to a series of questions arranged in various rounds. Shri Ram Centennial stood the overall winners, while Brooklyn School acquired the position of the first runner up. The other participating schools were: Kasiga School, Tula Academy and St.Judes School.
Like every year, this year too we were one amongst twenty other schools to participate in Milestone, the Annual Jamboree at St. George’s College, Mussoorie. There were various events ranging from Music and Dance to Art; from Movie Making to Photography; from Ad Bag and Treasure Hunt to Quiz. Brownians participated in all the events and manifested their skills in each. They brought laurels to the school by bagging the First Position in Movie Making.
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS AT COL. BROWN CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL DEHRA DUN
As India celebrates its 72nd year of Independence, Col Brown Cambridge School too celebrated the day with unprecedented Patriotic fervour.
The celebration commenced at 8:00 am with the hoisting of National flag by the Headmaster. Followed by the National Anthem and two patriotic songs.
The Art Department did a wonderful work by making the pin up tricolours for the school. (
Boys and staff)
To mark the occasion “Fun games” were organised for the students and members of the staff. To name a few- Guess the hanky, Musical circle, Races and Tug of war.
After the field events concluded, the Headmaster gave away the prizes to the winners and inspired the students with a little talk to respect their independence.
At Col. Brown School it was a day to remember the sacrifices made by our great freedom fighters and also to take a pledge to serve our motherland, India with our heart, body and soul.
At the end the sweets were distributed to one and all.
The Brownian family celebrated the 72nd anniversary of India’s independence with a special assembly by unfurling of the school flag and singing of some patriotic songs by the school choir. The day progressed with a few games organized for the junior school, inter-house Tug-of-War for the senior school and races for the teachers. Finally prizes were given away to the winners and sweets distributed to all to commemorate the day.
All India Inter-School Kabaddi Championship
The Kabaddi champions of the school participated in the All India Inter-School Kabaddi Championship. Altogether 32 schools of the town participated. Our school played the quarter final against The Doon Grammar School and qualified for the semi final by 20-55 to be played against DAV Public School but lost by 7-33. Brownians later played for the third position against Sapience School but lost by 23-35.
As a part of learning and awareness programme for children, a tree plantation campaign was held in school. Approximately 100 Mango, Ficus and Anwala trees were planted and all the students participated very enthusiastically.
A counseling session was conducted by Mrs. Mondreeta Sen Gupta in the school Memorial hall. She enlightened the children on Freedom of the Innerself. Along with the slide presentation, there were some activities for children to perform which they thoroughly enjoyed.
Colonel Brown School Boys played a friendly Football Match against Carman School, Dalanwala. Brownians lost by 4-2.
Boys from classes IX-XII visited Unison World School to participate in the Annual Dehradun Literature Festival. They had a chance to interact with eminent personalities like Sadhguru, the renowned spiritual leader and activist and Ruskin Bond, the famous writer who presided over as the guest speakers.
Om Prakash Inter-school Football Tournament was held at Carman School, Shyampur and brownians played against Kendriya Vidyalaya and lost by 2-1.